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are getting conflicting information. terry mcsweeney is live at the scene. he's going to help us sort this out. >> reporter: the southbound lanes have not reopened you can see bear creek road southbound 17 simi still sitting here, chp making sure nobody tries to go southbound on 17 you have to get off at bear creek road. lanes have not reopened yet. northbound flowing freely, southbound still a shutdown. look at what caused this pictures from last night semi truck caught fire near the redwood estates engine, cab burned that fire was not contained to the truck it spread to the nearby vegetation, half acre grass fire that was knocked down quickly calfire on the scene very quickly big rigs have been stuck trying to get over santa cruz mountains since last night. this fire started 10:00. it has been a mess now for 6 1/2 hours. a calfire spokesperson talked about the dangerous load that truck was carrying. >>> refrigerated liquid, those tanks are very well insulated. we took measures operate the -- on the tank to make sure there wouldn't be a chance of rupture. [ inaudible ] >> reporter: the origin
the roof is on photographer. our photographer getting live pictures, terry mcsweeney is just bat san he will be getting information --a7'4 just about at the scene. he will be getting information. right now you can see it is completely engulfed in flames. >>> byob or get ready to pay. judge clears the way for san francisco's bag ban to take effect next month. what the new rule will mean for you. >>> turkey in trouble shot by an arrow. remarkable effort to save its life. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. five delicious cooking sauces you combine with fresh ingredients to make amazing home-cooked meals. ♪ ambiance [ female announcer ] new progresso recipe starters. your head-start to home cooked. >>> back to breaking news. this is a live picture from menlo park where a school is on fire. firefighters are putting water on this the flames are roaring this is the beachwood sc
. this follows an accident and fire with a truck carrying liquid nitrogen. terry mcsweeney is live near the scene lanes have been closed all night. what impact on traffic is this having? >> reporter: semis aren't going anywhere alternate routes aren't for them cars can get around it. it is a parking lot for trucks semis lined up, chp on scene. i shouted out to an officer is it going to reopen at 5? he said i heard 6:00, it could reopen earlier. the original plan was 3:45. look at what closed it, sky 7 hd from last night about 10:00 the call came in and the report was of a semi truck on fire the engine and the cab burped, not only that, but the fire spread to a nearby hillside and burned half acre grass fire that was knocked down. big rigs stuck on 17 before redwood estates where the fire was, they've been stuck here all night long. calfire spokesperson talked about that grass fire and for a brief period of time, it was a big concern. >> we had to pull ladders to climb up it, [ inaudible ] did spread quickly first [ inaudible ] >> reporter: 5:00 reopening is not going to happen considering it is a
and friends have not given up the search for her. terry mcsweeney has more. >> reporter: the congresswoman talked to the parents of the girl missing since the middle of march. she did not join in the search but her presence attracted the media which reminds people sire is still missing. >> it is a remarkable thing that six months out people are still coming, twice a week to try and find her, but also in doing so, by giving support to this family. >> reporter: her parents used the visit to pub -- push for legislation that would require schools to notify parents immediately if a child does not make it to first period. when sierra lamar disappeared 7:00 in the morning her parents did not find out she had not made it to school until that evening. the -- >> we interrupt the story because right now that news conference is getting underway by the contra costa county sheriff's office. this is jimmy lee, director of public affairs. >>> the sheriff's office chp and the d.a.'s office went to his home to serve a search warrant. his parents who live in oregon, have been contacted and they are working w
not given up the search for her. terry mcsweeney has more. >> reporter: the congresswoman talked to the parents of the girl missing since the middle of march. she did not join in the search but her presence attracted the media which reminds people sire is still missing. >> it is a remarkable thing that six months out people are still coming, twice a week to try and find her, but also in doing so, by giving support to this family. >> reporter: her parents used the visit to pub -- push for legislation that would require schools to notify parents immediately if a child does not make it to first period. when sierra lamar disappeared 7:00 in the morning her parents did not find out she had not made it to school until that evening. the -- >> we interrupt the story because right now that news conference is getting underway by the contra costa county sheriff's office. this is jimmy lee, director of public affairs. >>> the sheriff's office chp and the d.a.'s office went to his home to serve a search warrant. his parents who live in oregon, have been contacted and they are working with the
yesterday. terry mcsweeney joins us with more. >> reporter: mr. izumizaki here at albany middle school so popular they called him mr. i. parents are saying there is no way, it must be a misunderstanding, misinterpretation no way he committed these crimes. police say he did. >> it is a tragedy, total tragedy. >> reporter: that is a school district superintendent's reaction to the arrest of 28-year-old james izumizaki, a sixth grade teacher, for lewd acts with a child less than 14. hired in 2008 izumizaki taught math, science and language arts and coached. the principal received word of the incident monday and informed the middle school and district headquarters. >> we made a report to the police department monday evening. subsequently, an investigation is ensuing. it is my understanding that the teacher was arrested. >> reporter: the man who had been teaching monday was arrested at his home yesterday morning. the alleged victim described as former student. he was very popular with students. >> arrested mr. i? what! >> reporter: some parents are in disbelief. >> i hope it is not true. my da
>> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney live in albany where a middle schoolteacher has been realized for having sex with a former student. a lot of people coming to his defense. members of the police department are not among them. story coming up in a live report. >> reporter: good morning i'm amy hollyfield live in san francisco where police raided a camp overnight whether it is a homeless camp or occupy sf camp is up for debate. it was on market it is now gone. -- [ inaudible ] >>> we are going to warm up. i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas that warm-up will be good for sports activities, up understand right now developing news. >>> later today school administrators in albany will meet with shocked parents to discuss the arrest of a well liked teacher and coach. terry mcsweeney is live with more. >> reporter: in the library here is where meeting will be taking place at 5:00 this evening. there's a lot of information not known. take a look at the picture of the person who has been arrested. this is sixth grade teacher at middle school arrested early yesterday morning for lewd acts
. the ones who live where the fire burned, going to be a while until they can get back in. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >>> our time is 6:02. >>> whether you are getting kids dressed for school or making plans to attend the game tonight, quick look at the weather. >>> you want a light coat for both maybe a heavier coat tonight. cloud cover over the bay area, flight arrival delays into sfo just announced of 69 minutes i am use our flight tracker abc7 news.com temperatures top out breezy upper 50s to upper 60s by 4:00, inland temperatures will top out in the low 70s to possibly upper 70s by 4:00, coast will see a little sun upper 50s to low 60s. >> good morning. getting a report of a muni delay, inbound/outbound metro at church and crews are on scene some sort of signal problem. we'll follow that. drive times right now 680 through the san ramon valley good 101 out of santa rosa into novato under 30 minutes. east shore freeway from the carquinez bridge to the maze just about 20 minutes. elsewhere live shot at the san mateo bridge things are moving well. >>> morning commute could get a little q
donald's plans to do to make sure you know what you are getting when >>> terry mcsweeney is live at the yerba buena center with what makes this iphone different. >> reporter: apparently, a lot according to apple, lots and lots of new things ceo tim cook walked out on stage 10:00 this morning and said folks i have cool stuff to show you and unveiled the apple iphone 5. take a look as they presented it on the big . made of glass and aluminum. front can come in black or white, 18% thinner, 20% lighter, bigger screen, 4 instead of 3 1/2 so you can display for app icons larger views of e-mails and websites, 4g, high speed connectivity sprint and verizon will carry it, new chip, loading photos and music much faster. >> hardware and software engineering that has gone into this product is the most challenging our team has ever taken on. what they've accomplished is sim blazing. -- simply amazing. >> reporter: good news for gamers, two times faster graphics and console quality graphics, better battery, 8 mega pixel camera panorama photos, three microphones for better sound, maps in 3-d not google, app
. terry mcsweeney is live in that traffic back-up marsh and redwood city by the menlo park line. >> reporter: i see a lot of people who are just beginning to move the traffic you see moving so slow is northbound 101 at marsh road. the traffic you see moving at the limit is southbound. there was nobody on that freeway southbound when we got here 10 minutes ago this is all happening in the past 10 minutes they've just roped all lanes both directions it is going to -- just reopened all lanes both directions. it is going to take a while to sort this out. when the line came down turned out to be a fiber optic line that came down across all lanes of 101 it was believed to be live, turned out to be fiber optic line. up to sky 7 you can get a better idea this is going to take time to figure out. fiber optic line, no threat, they didn't know that they closed all lanes that i have seen some chp cars trying to get past all of these cars and he didn't get far. then the lanes reopened and chp car turned around and came back up the wrong direction on an on-ramp to get out of this. you can see
're no longer tied to the tv outlet. [ megan ] at&t u-verse: tv like you've never seen before. >>> terry mcsweeney is live at the yerba buena center with what makes this iphone different. >> reporter: apparently, a lot according to apple, lots and lots of new things ceo tim cook walked out on stage 10:00 this morning and said folks i have cool stuff to show you and unveiled the apple iphone 5. take a look as they presented it on the big . made of glass and aluminum. front can come in black or white, 18% thinner, 20% lighter, bigger screen, 4 instead of 3 1/2 so you can display for app icons larger views of e-mails and websites, 4g, high speed connectivity sprint and verizon will carry it, new chip, loading photos and music much faster. >> hardware and software engineering that has gone into this product is the most challenging our team has ever taken on. what they've accomplished is sim blazing. -- simply amazing. >> reporter: good news for gamers, two times faster graphics and console quality graphics, better battery, 8 mega pixel camera panorama photos, three microphones for better sound, maps i
blocking both directions had the freeway closed. >> we thought it was a power line. terry mcsweeney is live in that traffic back-up marsh and redwood city by the menlo park line. >> reporter: i see a lot of people who are just beginning to move the traffic you see moving so slow is northbound 101 at marsh road. the traffic you see moving at the limit is southbound. there was nobody on that freeway southbound when we got here 10 minutes ago this is all happening in the past 10 minutes they've just roped all lanes both directions it is going to -- just reopened all lanes both directions. it is going to take a while to sort this out. when the line came down turned out to be a fiber optic line that came down across all lanes of 101 it was believed to be live, turned out to be fiber optic line. up to sky 7 you can get a better idea this is going to take time to figure out. fiber optic line, no threat, they didn't know that they closed all lanes that i have seen some chp cars trying to get past all of these cars and he didn't get far. then the lanes reopened and chp car turned around and came bac
. terry mcsweeney is live at san jose state university where something is happening now that could save his life. >> reporter: relatives of 2-year-old jeremy kong as well as members of the asian-american donor table, a lot of people coming in, a lot of people signing up encouraged trying to find a match for jeremy not like the usual trying to fan a needle in a haystack this is like trying to fan a need until a particular haystack. >> he play, laughs, dances like a 2-year-old, normal, everyday except his hair is gone. >> reporter: 2-year-old jeremy has a rare form of leukemia and no one on the current registry is a match. pressure little time to conduct the search. jeremy needs a transplant at the end of his third round of chemotherapy in november the match is most likely to come from an asian donor. asians less than 1% on the recently city. -- registry. his says it may be because of a superstition. >> we told somebody in chinatown and the mom went, i don't want to hear it. it is like a negative connotation that someone has leukemia or a form of cancer. >> reporter: part of the reason to
difficult odds. terry mcsweeney is live at san jose state university where something is happening now that could save his life. >> reporter: relatives of 2-year-old jeremy kong as well as members of the asian-american donor table, a lot of people coming in, a lot of people signing up encouraged trying to find a match for jeremy not like the usual trying to fan a needle in a haystack this is like trying to fan a need until a particular haystack. >> he play, laughs, dances like a 2-year-old, normal, everyday except his hair is gone. >> reporter: 2-year-old jeremy has a rare form of leukemia and no one on the current registry is a match. pressure little time to conduct the search. jeremy needs a transplant at the end of his third round of chemotherapy in november the match is most likely to come from an asian donor. asians less than 1% on the recently city. -- registry. his says it may be because of a superstition. >> we told somebody in chinatown and the mom went, i don't want to hear it. it is like a negative connotation that someone has leukemia or a form of cancer. >> reporter: part
to tackle the growing crisis. terry mcsweeney is live at the police department. >> reporter: the question is, how do you do more with less? police union saying we need more officers. city saying we couldn't agree with you more, we jut don't have the money many meeting last night at city hall, city leaders and resident of san jose heard police response times to violent crimes are close to seven minutes, that is up. the goal is six minutes. police officers' union held its own meeting to talk about crime prevention and how people can protect themselves. the city has 1,000 police officers right now, down from 1400, four years ago. controversy over whether the city can afford more police. >> it would take 21 million dollars to give the union a raise for all of the police officers. to do that we have to close all the libraries. >> makes it seem like either or or, not true. >> reporter: voters in san jose passed measure b in june requires police and other city workers to pay more for pension plan or take reduced benefits. that has lead to some officers leaving the force, including chief chris moore
and then running back in. terry mcsweeney joins you -- joins us live with the story itch >> reporter: this woman had gotten out free and clear and went back in to get her dog. we have an injured firefighter. two seniors in wheelchairs who managed to get out unscathed. all of this happen in the apartment complex behind me in minutes, 4:30 this morning. firefighters call it a very hot fire that burned through the second floor unit on yolo court. firefighters spent part of the morning getting water on hot spots. marie was awakened by the barking of her dog molly. >> a little shed there, below the window and i tried to get her to jump out, she wouldn't jump out so i had to jump back in and pick her up. >> reporter: after she reescaped by jumping from the window to the top of that shed, this time with molly, two police officers grabbed a ladder and rescued them both. she first refused to be treated for smoke inhalation. police say she had to be placed in a squad car she calmed down agreed to be treated and taken to the hospital as was a firefighter for burns to his leg. two others had been in the apa
. terry mcsweeney joins us live where a crowded meeting just got out. >> reporter: crowded and very emotional. cameras were not allowed in. it was very, very emotional and the emotional peak occurred when the parents of the 9-year-old girl who was molested and kidnapped if parkside last friday got up to speak talking about needing changes going forward and wondering why changes hadn't been made already. >> it is always emotional when you hear the parents speak. obviously, the emotions of what could have happened something much more tragic. >> reporter: 150 concerned parents came with questions for the deputy and school district superintendent. >> i have two children that go to school here. my husband came and picked them up from school that afternoon and he had no clue that happened. we didn't find out until 5:30 in the evening. >> it was important the information put out to our families was correct and accurate. we waited until we had correct and accurate information and released it with the police department. >> reporter: this morning's meeting was sparked by the molestation and k
was kidnapped from campus and molested. terry mcsweeney joins us live where a crowded meeting just got out. >> reporter: crowded and very emotional. cameras were not allowed in. it was very, very emotional and the emotional peak occurred when the parents of the 9-year-old girl who was molested and kidnapped if parkside last friday got up to speak talking about needing changes going forward and wondering why changes hadn't been made already. >> it is always emotional when you hear the parents speak. obviously, the emotions of what could have happened something much more tragic. >> reporter: 150 concerned parents came with questions for the deputy and school district superintendent. >> i have two children that go to school here. my husband came and picked them up from school that afternoon and he had no clue that happened. we didn't find out until 5:30 in the evening. >> it was important the information put out to our families was correct and accurate. we waited until we had correct and accurate information and released it with the police department. >> reporter: this morning's meeting was s
will be missing a popular teacher after he was arrested for lewd acts with a former student. terry mcsweeney is live at albany middle school. >> reporter: there is going to be a meeting at 5:00 this evening in the library to talk about the arrest of a 6th grade teacher for having an inappropriate relationship with a former . the person arrested is 28-year-old of albany, sixth grade teacher arrested at his house for lewd acts upon a child, less than 14. he's been a 6th grade teacher since 2008, involved in volleyball, listed as athletic director taught math, science and language arts. the superintendent said she learned of the allegations monday, placed him on lee and called police. she says school -- police him on leave and call police. she says the school will reach out to parents, counseling available to students. e-mail sent to parents yesterday afternoon telling them about the situation and how a substitute will be coming in. next week the students will be distributed among regular teachers. expected to be in court on friday afternoon. there are dozens and dozens of people stepping forwa
shutdown highway 17 overnight in the last 20 minutes highway patrol reopened lanes. terry mcsweeney joins us live from there. >> reporter: if you -- southbound 17 absolutely wide open, chp gone, caltrans gone, everything flowing smoothly southbound and northbound a few minutes ago i saw the truck that was involved in that fire towed, southbound rather northbound towards san jose that caused a slow -- a bit of delay as chp escorted that burned tanker truck out of the santa cruz mountains. take a look from sky 7 hd pictures from last night 10:00 this is what it looked like. you can see that semi engulfed in flames it started in the engine went to the cab nobody injured as a result of what you are looking at there and not only did the cab burn but also it started a grass fire that burned a half acre calfire quickly on the scene and got that knocked down. calfire spokesman telling us what it was in that big rig. >> actually had to pull ladders to be able to climb up it, [ inaudible ] it did spread quickly at first, we slowed it down. >> reporter: talking the grass fire that burned and they we
at this point. terry mcsweeney is on his way. he's near the scene just e-mailed me he saw an ambulance go by. we'll continue to follow this hopefully no victims. san jose firefighters working that scene. >>> teachers in chicago are back in the classroom this morning. the union that represents them voted yesterday to end a seven-day walk out after a tentative deal with the district. both sides were at odds over job security and teacher evaluations. union leaders say the latest settlement doesn't solve all problems but it was time to end the strike. teachers still have to vote. >>> two major retailers revealing plans for hiring extra workers during holiday. kohl's will hire 53,000 seasonal workers, up 10% from last year. target plans to hire 80,000 to 90,000 temporary workers down from 92,000 hired last year the retail irsay because 30% of seasonal workers last year were given permanent positions. >>> belt tightening at american is affecting performances lay-off notices to more than 11,000, the actual cuts expected to be less than half. american plans to cut flights pilots have begun staging unoff
courtroom tomorrow afternoon. terry mcsweeney will have a live report coming up. >>> new this morning, from san francisco, a chain link fence surrounds the site where tends used to stand in the financial district. amy hollyfield joins us live. >> reporter: there still are police out here watching over the situation, making sure no one bothers that fence, the protesters have scattered. it is calm and quiet out here right now. we do have youtube video to show you of the arrests that took place overnight. police moved in it was a peaceful raid, no violent clashes between police and the crowd this site is known as the occupy sf site. that's what the group calls it. some say it has turned into an unsanitary homeless camp. one activist admits it does attract homeless at night but says it is a legitimate occupy protest. >> if you come by during the day, you will find there are a number of people who don't sleep here, who come down and devote their time to talking to people and handing out literature being very forthcoming. >> reporter: police have shut it down they put a fence up protesters are wo
san francisco home and making his get away at sea. terry mcsweeney is live in south san francisco to explain. >> reporter: the man took those children from their mother's house tuesday the concern now that he may be headed for monterey, mexico or even thailand. take a look at a picture of the man the police are looking for now this is 43-year-old christopher maffei, with his two children he's the father he and his wife are separated. take a look at video of the mother's house where he went tuesday grabbed the children, we are told he put one under each arm ran down the street the mother wasn't there, her mother was the children's grandmother. she chased, tried to stop him, couldn't do it, he took off. police believe he and the children are onboard a stolen sailboat we have a picture this is the sailboat known as unleashed. he went to the ballena isle marina in alameda they are concerned he may be sailing to mexico or thailand he used to live in thailand he mentioned monterey and mexico to friends. the mother understandably is beside herself. >> i'm afraid if they back him into a c
the intersection of lewis terry mcsweeney is live at the scene. were there any injuries? >> reporter: there were injuries, two people injured taken to the hospital a lot of people very scared some running some jumping for their lives from these apartment buildings at the villa monterey apartments. this is viewer video of what the fire looked like at its peak 3:00 in the morning. five units were involved, three very heavily damaged. two people injured, one with second degree burns another jumped from the second story that person appeared to be okay, just taken to the hospital for evaluation. the person with burns needing treatment. one of the dozen or so displaced is a wheelchair-bound man who presented firefighters with special challenges. >> we see flames from the windows, they had to get me downstairs and take my wheelchair and carry me down. >> reporter: firefighters had this fire knocked down by 3:25 it took about half an hour to knock down. 12 people displaced, two injured, taken to the hospital, one with second degree burns. the cause of this fireñ is under investigation. terry mcsweeney,
every accolade they get. >>> breaking news in oakland, a child is among four shooting victims. terry mcsweeney has been talking to police he will have the latest coming up. >>> one mistake at a gas station sets off a chain reaction that could have been catastrophic. live to the scene to see why it wasn't. >>> the decision from washington that brings high speed rail closer to reality. >>> good morning. cooler than average from near 60 coast, 60s bay 70s and a few 80s inland. most of us will have a lot of sun during the afternoon even out to the coast. 60s and 70s dominate most of the country, 80s around denver and salt lake, 92 dallas, seattle and portland mid 70s. all major airports across the lower 48 on time. don't see yellow, no wide areas of severe weather expected. with the late arrival of clouds into the bay area, san francisco,es@p >> announcer: abc7 news starts with live breaking news. >>> good morning i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm eric thomas. that breaking news we first brought you at 4:30 back-to-back back shootings in oakland injured four people, one a sleeping boy. >> terry mcsweeney i
to school and reported the crime. terry mcsweeney will have a live update in 30 minutes. >>> the 17-year-old driver who hit and killed a father and daughter while they were riding their bikes in concord is expected in court today. amy hollyfield is live with what is ahead. >> reporter: he is expected to plead guilty which would bring an end to the criminal case that doesn't mean that would be the end of court proceedings dealing with what happened on treat beautiful boulevard -- treat boulevard. the family plans on suing the driver for negligence that would happen in civil court. they were killed april 7th, while they were out for a family bike ride. they were on the sidewalk when an suv jumped the curb and hit them. the driver is a 17-year-old, since he's a juvenile the maximum punishment would be juvenile detention center until he's 21 then he would have to be released. that is what the nouri family is hoping for. relatives of the victims say they don't know whether he has struck a deal with prosecutors and if that will equal a lesser sentence they are hoping for that maximum punishmen
after an overnight fire at an apartment complex. terry mcsweeney has been there joining us live with details. >> reporter: firefighters still on the scene this fire is out the aftermath has 12 people out of their apartments, looking for a place to stay. two people in the hospital. look at what the flames appeared like going into the night sky this is 3:00 this morning, video from a viewer five units involved, three badly damaged the other two holes in the ceiling where firefighters broke through to get to the attic two people injured, one with second degree burns, another jumped from that second floor of this bidding to get out and away. that person -- of this build get out and away. that person all right but taken to the hospital for observation. one of the dozen or so in the apartments is a man in a wheelchair his provider got him out into the hallway that's when firefighters helped out. >> we see flames from out of the windows, they had to get me downstairs and take my wheelchair and carry me down literally carry me down the stairs. >> reporter: firefighters arrived about 3,
. the girl escaped and the suspect is in custody. terry mcsweeney is live at parkside elementary. >> reporter: parents have been promised more fences, more gates, more locks here at parkside elementary. this morning they are going to get a chance to talk to district officials and police about what happened out here on this campus last friday afternoon. take a look at video of the campus where according to police 25-year-old bradley mrozek followed a 9-year-old girl in the bathroom he groped her, put his hanover her mouth and carried her off campus. she kicked him, threw rocks at him and ran back to campus. police say he had been at other campuses friday offering vodka to some students two boys did take a sip. he foaled two girls who did not take vodka. he followed them, they were freaked out, ran home, told parents, parents called 911. after that mrozek was at another school, administrator saw him, phone him suspicious and had him signed in many he signed the name brad. he was arrested saturday charged with kidnapping and child molestation, being held out bail. parents promised more security
of kidnapping his children. terry mcsweeney will be live with the bizarre twist in the escape this case is taking. >>> frightening scene in a bay area neighborhood. the police manhunt that forced neighbors to lock themselves in their homes. >>> and the health hazards city says homeless are posing to water ways. >> announcer: live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news.
the coast. terry mcsweeney with the latest. >> reporter: the latest is the coast guard aircraft has spotted unleashed this is the boat that was apparently stolen by mr. maffei. hate been spotted 50 miles off the coast of california somewhere off the shore of monterey and santa cruz. the coast guard had dispatch vessels to that boat, hopefully to bring this to a peaceful conclusion. after 36 hours this is the second sighting of the boat today. this is the man who police have been looking for since tuesday. about 4:00 this morning, 50 miles off the point in san mateo county, another boater spotted-)0ez him. >> having heard the description on his radio he approach the vessel and made contact with the subject on the vessel. he had a short conversation and then he left the vessel and contacted the coast guard. >> reporter: the sergeant says the boater was shown a picture of the suspect and id'd him as the man he spoken to. the boater says maffei was not alone. >> he did see a small child. detectives with the coast guard are currently en route to that area and that's where they will be conducting
the fire is out, no reports of injuries. a dozen people are displaced. terry mcsweeney will have a live report from the scene at the top of the hour. >>> milpitas police investigating their first homicide of the year at the 7-eleven store on north milpitas boulevard early saturday, two blocks from the police department. an employee was shot and killed during a robbery. he's identified as a 67-year-old man, murders are rare in milpitas. neighbors say they are shocked to learn he was shot after the three masked robbers got the money from the cash register. >> my daughter goes to school here, her mom grew up here, she loves it here. this is very shocking. >> flowers have been left outside the store. milpitas police say all detectives are working on this case. they won't talk about the evidence likely they are going over video, cameras are installed throughout the store. >>> funeral services will be held thursday morning in vacaville for highway patrol officer kenyon youngstrom the officer shot last week in al movement highway patrol motorcade escorted officer -- youngstrom's body to a fune
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good tuesday morning. i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze. firefighters on the scene of a restaurant fire that sent one firefighter to the hospital. katie marzullo is there live. >> reporter: i'll have you look behind me while i tell you -- [ inaudible ] single engine arrived and did see smoke pouring out of the building -- [ inaudible ] >> obviously, we are having technical problems. we'll get back to katie in a little bit. >>> developing news, san francisco police keeping an eye on small group of occupy protesters who illegally set up in justin herman plaza overnight. the protesters marched all afternoon into the night in the financial district the anniversary of the occupy wall street movement that began a year ago. the day was loud but peaceful. at times there were about 300 people. organizers say they've been quietly pressuring banks to work with people to adjust loan payment plans. a live report on the developing situation in justin herman plaza at 5:00 with >>> mitt romney is making no apolo
. more information, terry mcsweeney is at the scene right now. he will have a live report at the top of the hour. >>> this morning martinez police still trying to figure out why a driver backed into a service station gas pump igniting a huge fireball. amy hollyfield is live at the gas station. >> reporter: you have to look at this picture first look what is left. can you believe that is a gas pump? can you imagine standing here pumping your gas when this happened? we have surveillance video you have to see this. it shows the moment when it happened. there were people here pumping gas. they say it was terrifying. a car hit the gas pump, igniting a fire. a man working here said he heard a loud kaboom. people living a few blocks away said they heard it. >> then started hearing explosions, we heard seven or eight. >> i started yelling at everybody to get the hell out of here, big hazard. >> reporter: this is the driver of the car who backed into the pump. police say he told them he stepped on the accelerator accidentally, instead of the brake. this happen at 5:30 yesterday afternoon at t
on shuttle fly by, apple iphone 5 coming out. giants game. i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. he's not off he's on assignment. let's check the forecast. >> one more day of summer another day of beginning autumn tomorrow. we are looking at a nice start patchy low clouds and fog. these clouds will be thinning out, not many, we'll be looking at numbers in the 50s throughout much of the mid-morning hours. by noon should be around 60 at our coast, low 70s inland and once again, mid 80s. should be a beautiful afternoon inland valleys even sunshine at our coast, 60s there and the weekend very little change as we transition from summer to autumn. >>> good morning. happy friday light at the macarthur maze. we'll talk about the shuttle endeavour and traffic around that in a couple of minutes. wherever it is, expect heavy traffic as folks will be watching that. earlier accident southbound 680 before 24 interchange a few brake lights that is off to the right shoulder. issue in san francisco with the dream force convention at mosconey center howard between third and fou
that attracted a crowd the golden gate bridge of course that's where terry mcsweeney joins us live. what a morning for you! >> reporter: it really was. it was a great story to cover for every kind of reason standing here at vista point just over the golden gate bridge on the marin side. watching the space shuttle kind of come out of haze fly over alcatraz and come over and split the uprights, if you will, on the golden gate bridge. take a look at the pictures. people were saying wow. they were cheering. everybody, it was almost as if a sergeant said to his platoon, salute. as the shuttle came over alcatraz they pulled up their cameras that was their salute and everybody started taking pictures with the ipads, phones, camera phones the whole thing. it was an emotional day for some people out here. i saw a woman sitting in a car wiping her cheeks. i up to her and said can you describe how you are feeling? she said ever since i was a girl i wanted to see endeavour i've been a huge fan of the space shuttle program all along. seeing this today, what you are looking at now, seeing that today,
captioned by closed captioning services, inc. >>> good morning. i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. summer-like temperatures. >> any drizzle? >>> good morning. a lot of fog once again north bay valleys, along the coast. as far as drizzle and rain, i don't see it. you drive through mist, you may need wipers through the fog that's as great an extent as the wet weather is going to be. wind is blowing out of the west a little that's why the bay is filling up with fog. probably will have flight arrival delays into sfo again. 80 to near mid 90s east bay valleys. >>> good morning. fog is on the golden gate bridge you can see heavy, limited visibility off the waldo, traffic light coming into san francisco accident westbound 80 at 505 vacaville area blocking lane three right now bright lights are very distracting so be careful. oracle world coming to mosconey howard street closed between third and fourth major delays south of market. >>> something else commuters need to know you have to be prepared for days if you plan to drive in san francisco tonight. bike riders are ex
morning. i'm terry mcsweeney. hope your labor day is off to a good start. let's check in with lisa argen for the weather on this three day weekend. >> good morning, everything. official sunrise in 40 minutes. here is mount tam. you see the marine layer. we are looking at a fairly uniform start with numbers in the 50s. by noontime it will be partly sunny and numbers climbing through the 60s. so the sunshine starts in the try valley, work being its way westward. by 4:00 notice the afternoon highs, pretty cool. count on plenty of clouds there with mild numbers, just near 80 inland. once again, temperatures will be below average. the fog moves quickly across the bay again tonight, but the wind shift tomorrow is going to allow for earlier clearing. a big warmup on the way. terry. >> thanks very much, lisa. we begin with breaking news in concord. contra costa fire investigator district is trying to determine the cause of a fire that burned two homes. started about 3:00 this morning on the 1700 block of margo drive off concord boulevard. firefighters had it under control in less than an hour. n
traffic on i-680 yesterday. we begin our team coverage with terry mcsweeney. >> reporter: this is the office that 37-year-old kenyon youngstrom worked out of. still a lot of questions about what happened, southbound 680 in alamo yesterday morning about 8:30. take a listen: >> reporter: that was a conversation between chp dispap and officer at the scene. chp says the driver of a jeep wrangler shot officer youngstrom, a seven year veteran and in turn was shot by a second officer on the scene. the jeep we don't know why it was pull over, may have been pulled over for expired registration, the tags expired in june we are not sure about that. we don't know why youngstrom pulled up in front of the jeep instead of behind the jeep as usual, don't have an answer to that. perhaps we'll get answers from youngstrom's vehicle. . >> we have some dashcam video are going to analyze to see what happened. -- >> reporter: considering the chp car was in front of the suspect's vehicle it is leer how much information we'll be gotten from that dashboard cam. the second officer may help put the
of the popular gadget in a few hours. terry mcsweeney is live at the yerba buena center what about ipad fans, something possible for them too? >> reporter: anything is possible today we've got speculation going crazy we are not even sure what the name of this new iphone is going to be maybe 5 maybe not, might be an ipad released, maybe not. we know some things that aren't going to be in the new iphone. take a look at pictures now as i tell you about what won't be in the iphone. when you click on the maps icon in the new iphone software no google maps, apple's own 3-d voice guided navigation software because apple and google aren't best of friends these days. >> there's enough friction between apple and google that apple felt like hit to map the entire world so it wouldn't be dependent on one of their biggest competitors. >> reporter: samsung also not best friends with apple two involved in second patent lawsuit the iphone 5 according to some blogs won't be using samsung memory chips, apple's you tube app disappearing, youtube owned by google. the new phone we know a few things, we think, sli
>>> good morning i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze, thanks for joining us. a firefighter is hurt this morning injured while in a precarious position while fighting a restaurant fire that broke out overnight in the east bay. let's go live to katie marzullo. >> reporter: this is the tequila grill behind us the back of the restaurant which technically faces east 14th straight. this was a one alarm fire, firefighters had it out under 40 minutes. not the biggest fire by firefighting standards, but just goes to show what a dangerous job this is, because a firefighter was injured. he suffered a severe leg injury. he was on the roof at the time using a saw to try and cut a hole in the roof to ventilate the fire. something happened up there. the chief says maybe the saw jumped on him and his leg got cut. the injury is not life-threatening but described as very severe. the fire broke out after 2:00 this morning when the first engine arrived, firefighters found heavy smoke and fire from the back of the building. actually, a bricked in storage room that
for a huge extended family. a sleeping boy was hit and a baby could have been. terry mcsweeney was first inside the home and joins us live from oakland police headquarters. >> reporter: abc7 news first on the scene and they allowed us to go into the house and it was absolutely amazing, nine people in that house, including a four-month-old girl. one child hit and he is going to be okay. take a look at this house on macon road over near 880 and 98th avenue not far from the airport, at least 15 bullets fired into that house from outside. one bullet went through two walls and a door and hit 11-year-old luis hernandez as he slept into the -- slept in the bottom of a bunk bed, hit in the chest he's going to be okay two sisters, two brothers, both parents, two uncles, all in that house. his brother described the scene. >> i heard screaming i got out and saw smoke coming out her room and i saw my grandma, mom crying i saw my little brother with blood on his chest he was like i got shot he was going around like crazy. >> reporter: that smoke he talked about powder from the sheetrock that's a pict
>>> good friday morning i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. >>> and i'm kristen sze in a few hours the bay area will get a once in a lifetime view the space shuttle will fly over our region. john alston is live at nasa ames in mountain view where they are ready for a big public turnout also sending out a warning, right? >> reporter: yes, it is going to be pretty crowded it is quiet?k44 now the gates are goig to open in an hour at 6 a.m.. the event is free to the public and it is expect today to draw about 8 to 10,000 people. now, the endeavour is perched atop a boeing 747 in edwards air force base in southern california it arrived from texas yesterday in a few hours it will begin its victory lap around the skies of california. the fly by here will be a tribute to the nasa ames employs who developed endeavour as well as the program, heat shield and wind testing as well as astronaut training. endeavour is scheduled to fly by here sometime after 9:30 or 10:00 this morning that was pushed back an hour to make sure any fog clears. right now the skies are clear. the plan is to fly
warnings going out to parents. good morning, everyone. i'm terry mcsweeney. let's start off with a quick first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning. just over two hours left of summer and then we usher in fall. plenty of clear skies as our northern gradient is keeping the fog at bay. it will start off sunny with temperatures dropping into the 40s in the north bay, 50s elsewhere, and by noontime we are about 60 coastside, mid-70s in the inland valleys. look how warm, to the upper 80s, near 90 around the tri-valley. some fog is going to come back along the shoreline for the later afternoon hours. in fact, the sea breeze is going to kick up after about 1:00 to 25 miles an hour and changes are in store for the first full day of fall tomorrow. we will talk about those coming up. terry. >> lisa, thanks very much. >> this morning several businesses are cleaning up after a second straight night of protests after a shooting that occurred thursday night. at least 40 demonstrators returned last night and threw things at police. one officer was injured. they damaged
elementary in san mateo to talk about student safety after a girl was kidnapped from campus friday. terry mcsweeney is live at the school with more. >> reporter: that meeting is 8:30 this morning. district officials, police and parent rents are going to be here to talk about an -- additional safety measures. they've been promised additional fencing and gates, maybe more can be done. last friday, not enough was being done. take a look at pictures of the parkside elementary campus where police say 25-year-old bradley mrozek came to the campus friday afternoon, followed a 9-year-old girl into the bathroom, groped her, put his hand over her mouth and carried her off campus. he put her down and they walked to a house when they walked through the fence of that house the girl realized how dire the situation was she started kicking him, throwing rocks at him, ran back to campus. according to police that was not his only stop at the day before that he was at another school offering vodka to girls asking one if she was a jury gain, they ran home, told parents, -- they called 911. mrosze was at another elemen
>>> good morning i'm kristen sze. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. later it is going to be a warm one up to a hot one in some places. >>> some areas not seeing much because of the fog you may need the wipers especially long the coast north bay as you drive through some of that fog otherwise dry on live doppler good friday morning. we'll have flight arrival delays into sfo not sure how much, hopefully they won't be 77 minutes. 3/4 mile visibility in santa rosa, half mile in half moon bay everybody else is well until oakland and hayward thicker fog there watch out if you are on 880 or 580. for the coast partly sunny, 58 to 63, hazy sun around the bay by the afternoon upper 60s, upper 70s inland from 80 to low 90s into the east bay valleys with plenty of sunshine. going to only get warmer forecast in a few minutes. here's sue. >>> thanks good morning. speaking of fog i encountered some heavy over the waldo grade, golden gate bridge as well, limited visibility there. toll at the bay bridge no metering lights, if you you are traveling this weekend, in los angeles they are
sze. >>> i'm terry mcsweeney in for eric thomas. we need desperately to get over to mike nicco right now. >>> skies jammed with a little fog especially north bay swral along the coast some spilling into the bay now we don't have organized areas of wet weather other than the mist that you are going to drive through in those routes. foggy around the bay, low to mid 50s through the morning, hazy sun by noon, mid 60s to mid 70s close to where we should be by being, around 70 to 79, then back into the 60s towards 7:00. inland valleys, a little fog up north, 47 to 53 warm by being, 82 to 91 coast cloud covergzn; the better part of te day. time for traffic. >>> happy friday. earlier stall bay bridge incline gone, traffic starting to up for cash paying folks no metering lights yet, minor delay at the toll plaza westbound as you head into san francisco check in with bart, muni, caltrain, all mass transit on time, great way for to you get out and about. drive times if you are headed out now over the altamont into dublin-pleasanton, 20 minutes hillcrest to 242 getting jammed, 22 minute ride 80
it was just last night. we will have the latest on people living nearby. >>> good morning, everyone, i'm terry mcsweeney. >> the weekend is here. that means outs door activity for many. here's lisa argen with a look at the forecast. >> hi, terry. good morning, everyone. couldn't be a better day. we will have a lot of sunshine. starting out with some clouds over the bay around hayward and oakland this morning. temperatures are cool, about 50 in the north bay. mid-50s elsewhere. but if you go through the morning hours, by noontime we are in the 60s around the bay. mid-70s inland. but by 4:00 this afternoon when we reach the high temperatures, about 90 in the try valley. mid-70s around the bay. sunshine and 60s at our coast. we will see just a the bit of fog sneak in. the winds will be kicking up in the afternoon, the sea breeze. but otherwise we are right around normal. we do have temperatures coming down tomorrow, going back up the rest of the work week. i'll spell it all out for you coming up. terry. >> thanks, lisa. this morning two children kidnapped by their father and taken for a ride on a
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